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I am a bit embarassed to admit this, but the mode of public consultation is still being negotiated (meeting in Gastown tomorrow).  Consultants want one thing; I want something a bit closer to the "vote" you mention.  It will not be a vote, of course.  But hopefully we can conduct a large sample survey with multiple rounds and lots of opportunity to enter comments.  Why a survey?  Because open-mic public meetings are known to be more cathartic than constructive.  But to get a large sample survey we need people to actually participate.  And to run multiple rounds and have the ability to enter comments we need to participate on the Internet.  Large paper-based surveys cost real money ever step of the way:  printing, mailing, return mailing, data entry.  So hopefully we can get people to get involved.  Standby for more details (Update: some details).

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